The pension schemes bill heralds an era of tougher governance rules and strengthened member protections, bringing with it a lot of work for trustees, says Fuat Sami.
The pension schemes bill has passed its second reading in the House of Lords, despite questions over the breadth of government powers.
The general election showed an increasing focus on collective over individual interests. CDC could fit right in, says Hilary Salt.
The pension schemes bill is set to boost income and protection for pension scheme members, says Guy Opperman, making 2020 a pivotal year for retirement savings.
The pensions schemes bill will digitalise pensions and provide savers with greater confidence for retirement, Guy Opperman has said.
With the spectre of Brexit looming over parliament, Jonathan Stapleton has some scepticism that the pension schemes bill will be enacted any time soon.
A pension schemes bill is set to be laid in parliament in the coming weeks after the government announced a wide-ranging suite of reforms in the Queen’s Speech today.
Boris Johnson's government will deliver its first Queen's Speech on 14 October, the prime minister has announced.
This week's Pensions Buzz respondents have decidedly rejected former energy and climate change secretary Sir Ed Davey's argument that schemes should divest from fossil fuel intensive companies.
Jonathan Stapleton says the DWP's progress on CDC is a welcome, and cautious, step forward.
Smaller schemes should be given more time to prepare data for the pensions dashboard while larger counterparts should be brought on earlier, this week's Pensions Buzz respondents say.
Darren Philp argues collective defined contribution could really come to life this year if innovation is allowed to thrive.
As a hectic 2018 draws to an end, Jonathan Stapleton wishes readers a quieter 2019.
It will take between three and five years before collective defined contribution (CDC) schemes are up and running, despite the government launching a consultation on the provision.
This week's top stories included the Department for Work and Pensions launching a consultation on collective defined contribution pension schemes.
The industry has broadly welcomed the Department for Work and Pensions' consultation on collective defined contribution (CDC) as a move towards improving retirement outcomes.
Large firms will follow the postal service's lead on introducing collective defined contribution (CDC) schemes if it works well for management and employees, the pensions minister says.
The Department for Work and Pensions launched its consultation on collective defined contribution today. Here are the key questions it is asking…
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has launched a consultation to "shape future legislation" for collective defined contribution (CDC) schemes.
Simon Eagle of Willis Towers Watson says that, based on his work for Royal Mail, well-designed collective defined contribution (CDC) funds would be viable for some other UK employers too.
A "substantial" parliamentary bill acting as a "roadmap" for the long-term future of private pensions will lead to a "significant period of calm", Guy Opperman has promised.
Collective defined contribution (CDC) schemes could be a "halfway house" for the public sector but will appeal to "very much a minority" in the private sector, Baroness Ros Altmann says.
The government is aiming to legislate for the pensions dashboard, defined benefit (DB) reform, and collective defined contribution (CDC) schemes next year, Guy Opperman has said.
The advent of collective pension systems could help the UK avoid demographic challenges which will make it "impossible" for society to help savers in retirement, experts say.